On this one page you will be able to find all the special reports and papers the Georgia Partnership has recently produced as well as media reports including the Partnership or stories authored by staff members.
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Media reports including Georgia Partnership, staff generated articles
Several articles referencing the Georgia Partnership resulted from the annual Media Symposium held in January. We didn't capture all but some can be seen on the event page.
James Magazine - 2017 Time to Make Education Resolutions That Stick (page 21), Dr. Dana Rickman, January/February edition
James Magazine - Voters Say No to OSD. So... What Now? (page 29), Dr. Steve Dolinger, November/December edition
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Georgia private school students courted by public schools (November 9)
WABE-Radio - Atlanta's low-performing schools see rising graduation rates (November 3)
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Georgia graduation rates up, but big annual increases may be ending (November 2)
Forsyth County News - Rickman: Early learning pipeline key to success in Forsyth. Report from the North Georgia Education Summit. (November 1)
Savannah Morning News - Savannah-Chatham school reform: It's complicated, official says. The Georgia Partnership's Dana Rickman is quoted later in the article as the Opportunity School District is discussed. (October 30)
James Magazine - The Competing Life Cycles of Economic Growth and Poverty (page 33), Dr. Dana Rickman, September/October edition
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Thirteen weeks of coding training, $60,000 salary. Should we sign up our kids for coding instead of college? Report from the Critical Issues Forum. August 18
James Magazine - ESSA: Offering Our Chance to Be Bold in Education (page 14), Dr. Dana Rickman, July/August edition
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Op-Ed: Multifaceted Solutions Needed to Keep Raising Student Achievement, Caitlin Daugherty Kokenes, July 31
WABE-Radio - 2016 Georgia Milestones Results Show Modest Improvements (Dana Rickman quoted), July 26
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Georgia Students Show Gains on Milestones Tests - subscription might be required (Dana Rickman quoted), July 26
The Saporta Report - Child Well-being Required for Every Student to Succeed, Dr. Dana Rickman, July 17
The Power of Data - Balancing Use and Protection of Student Data in Georgia, The State Education Standard, National Association of State Boards of Education (page 10), Dr. Dana Rickman, May 16
Georgia's Teacher of the Year Calls Attention to Teacher Challenges, James Magazine, May/June edition, Bill Maddox, page 31. (posted July 1)
James Magazine, March/April edition, Workforce, Economic Development Hurt by Equity in Education Gap, Dr. Dana Rickman, page 27. (posted April 12)
Georgia school districts pay teachers more for 'critical fields', WABE-Radio, April 7
Tired of school testing, Georgia cuts back, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 4 (subscription may be required)
New year, new education opportunities... and responsibilities, Saporta Report, January 31
Studying Georgia's Opportunity School District, Georgia Trend, December
Georgia's early learning industry - an economic win today with long-term business, social impacts. Saporta Report, Board Chair Kevin Greiner, October